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Marie Laveau's House Of Voodoo
Religious Goods Store
Today 10:00 AM – 1:30 AM
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739 Bourbon St New Orleans, LA 70116
739 Bourbon StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70116
Religious Goods Store, Gift ShopToday 10:00 AM – 1:30 AM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 1:30 AMSunday 10:00 AM – 11:30 PMMonday 10:00 AM – 11:30 PMTuesday 10:00 AM – 11:30 PMWednesday 10:00 AM – 11:30 PMThursday 10:00 AM – 11:30 PMFriday 10:00 AM – 1:30 AM
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Tiny shop with items such as voodoo dolls, talismans & spell kits, plus on-site psychic readings.- Google
"Blessed be!"
"What I was not prepared for was the rudeness of the staff."
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Misty Rainwater
3 months ago
I visited New Orleans for the first time in May of this year. Unfortunately, I only had one weekend to spend there, but I was determined to spend some time and money in this store before we left. I was perfectly fine with the cluttered, over-packed feel. I was fine with the "no pictures" policy. I was even fine with the fact that everything in the store was overpriced. What I was not prepared for was the rudeness of the staff. I was browsing (and if you've seen pictures or been inside, you know there's stuff EVERYWHERE) and a necklace caught my eye. I reached up to touch it, and an employee who was sitting on a stool very close to me YELLED at me in this CROWDED store, "DON'T TOUCH THE OFFERINGS." From where I was standing, at the side of this display, I couldn't see the sign. There was no way I could have known that this was an offering. I COULDN'T SEE THE SIGN. Nonetheless, I apologized profusely, and tried to explain the situation. The employee, who was just sitting there, guarding the offerings, I might add, wouldn't even look at me. A question for the employees of this establishment: Why was it necessary to yell? This guy was less than five feet from me. It would have been just as easy to say, "Ma'am, please don't touch the offerings.Thank you." Or to have at least accepted my apology, like a decent human being would. I was so upset, and disappointed, and embarrassed, that I couldn't even speak. I almost dropped $50 dollars on a Tarot card reading there before this happened, but luckily, after I left the store, I found a lovely young woman who gave me a SPECTACULAR reading for $20 in Jackson Square. Honestly, because of the staff and the prices, it's really not worth it. There are so many better places in New Orleans to spend your time.
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Comrade Dyatlov
a week ago
A still-living piece of New Orleans history. Forget what people say about the staff - just be polite, respectful, and don't touch the altars, and you won't have a single issue.
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Ramy stein
6 months ago
Tourist attraction over stocked from floor to ceiling with voodoo themed trinkets. Overflowing with tourists and staffed with locals high on their verbal guard. Unless you know what you're doing/looking for, this probably isn't the place to be, unless you want some souvenirs.
Hermione Gardener
a year ago
First impressions are that this store is filthy and cluttered. Filled to the brim, and I mean on all walls and ceilings, with grotesque paraphernalia purported to be of magical origin. Stuffed to the gills, its hard to really focus on anything because it looks like a Halloween party exploded in there. Every inch is covered with something odd, ugly or weird. And all of it is dirty. Seriously dirty. They need to get a broom in there, and not to just ride it. Over priced and staff are mostly rude. They apparently perform card readings here at a premium price, performed by young men and women who's ability in that "skill" is doubtful. This is for tourists with more money than sense who are looking for spooky stuff to scare their friends & relatives. I suggest that people who are interested in learning about the voodoo religian and culture can give it a miss. All others, well, you can go in and have a good laugh. They do not allow photos in here (nor in their nearby sister store, Reverend Zombie's), why? who knows, all they have in there is stuff for sale. If you want to visit real voodoo practitioners, try Voodoo Authentica, The Voodoo Museum or better yet, the Voodoo Spiritual Temple. All of which allow photos, appreciate customers and encourage questions from the sincere and polite.
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Jess Claibourn
a week ago
A quaint little store on the old French Market. Staff was nice to tourists. Worth a visit. VooDoo.
Byron buckley
3 months ago
I was there Tuesday 8/18/15 and bought a great little pentagram necklace...the Woman who sold it to me was FANTASTIC!!!! Friendly and time I'm in NOLA I will definitely pay a visit!!! Blessed be!
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Jovon Peoples
5 months ago
I love the shop and the people who work there are very nice and they know what there are doing i will come back to shop i will tellin people about it
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dylan hickman
5 months ago
in originals it was jardin gras


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